We do not service
anyone under the age of 18.
Yes that even means if a parent wants to sign for you. So please don't even ask.
Fully sterile procedures.
Implant-grade USA made jewelry.
Wide selection of jewelry options for healed piercings.
Prices can be found on
piercing price page
Cleaning Your Piercing
1. First, wash your hands thoroughly. Never touch your piercing or jewelry with dirty hands.2. Saturate a cotton ball or q-tip with warm water, and gently wet any "crusties" that have gathered around the piercing site. Throw the cotton ball/q-tip away.3. Apply a generous amount of mild soap like (Dr. Bronner's) to a fresh q-tip, and apply to the piercing site. Make sure you get the soap everywhere, but rotating the jewelry is not necessary as long as you work the soap around the piercing and jewelry completely.4. Rinse the piercing and jewelry several times with warm water, ensuring that all soap has been removed.5. Dry your piercing with a clean paper towel and then dispose of it. You only need to clean your piercing twice a day.
1. Dilute Listerine 50% with clean water. Rinse with Listerine solution every time you eat, drink, or smoke or every 2 hours for at least a month. You should be rinsing about 5 to 6 times a day. Over cleaning or not diluting the Listerine may cause discoloration of your tongue. Keep your talking down to a minimum, for 3 to 5 days or until all swelling is gone. 2. Eat soft foods such as mashed potatoes, scrambled eggs, puddings, and ice cream while swollen. 3. Keep crushed or small pieces of ice on your tongue to help reduce swelling.
Do NOT Use:• Hydrogen Peroxide - Hydrogen peroxide kills bacteria, but it also kills the white blood cells attempting to heal your piercing. It can cause irritation and lengthen overall healing time.• Rubbing Alcohol - Alcohol will dry the skin and irritate the raw piercing, which could actually lead to infection.• Glyoxide - This is a product that contains hydrogen peroxide and hinders healing rather than aiding it.• Ear Care Solution - Solutions that are provided by jewelry boutiques and department store piercers usually contain alcohol, hydrogen peroxide and other harmful chemicals that only aggravate a new piercing.• Ointments - Antibacterial ointments or similar products only clog pores and/or kill good cells trying to heal the piercing.